The Central Committee of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) has appointed sector Spokespersons to speak for the Party and to champion the cause of all Ghanaians, particularly the most disadvantaged in our society.
Under the Party’s constitution the spokespersons constitute a Shadow Cabinet to monitor and shadow Government Ministers and Sector Ministries with a view to offer alternative proposals and solutions to the challenges facing Ghana as a nation.
It may be recalled that the CPP successfully presented alternative sector ideas and proposals during 2010 under its “How The CPP Will Do It” programme.
The CPP’s Team comprise:
Dr Kwaku Osafo – Finance and Economic Planning
Mr Kwame Jantuah – Defence
Mrs Susan Adu-Amankwah – Trade and Industry
Mr George Aggudey – Interior
Mrs Elizabeth Apkalu – Women and Children
Prof. Agyeman Badu Akosa – Health
Mr Prince Ahiadzro – Tourism
Dr Abu Sakara – Foreign Affairs
Ms Rhodaline Imoru-Ayarna – Employment and Social Welfare
Mr Bright Oblitei Akwetey – Justice and Attorney General
Dr Nasser Adam – Education
Mr Kwamena Benyarko – Environment, Science and Technology
Mr Ekow Duncan – Agriculture
Mr James Kwabena Bomfeh Jnr – Youth and Sports
Hon Kojo Armah – Local Government and Rural Affairs
Mr John Tabiri Abebrese – Works\Housing\Water Resources
Mr Andrews Nii Addy – Energy\Mines
Ms Araba Benstsi – Enchill – Culture and Chieftancy
Dr Adolf Lutterodt – Lands/Forestry/Natural Resources
The Shadow Cabinet will be Chaired by the Chair and Leader of the party, Hon Samia Yaba Nkrumah MP.
A list of Deputy Spokespersons are being considered, drawn from the Youth League of the party and in line with the Party’s commitment to empowering the youth of Ghana.
The Central Committee has moved to demonstrate the Party’s intellectual capability and capacity, signalling to members, supporters, sympathisers and the general public that the CPP is indeed a national party, a strong brand, a historic brand with men and women of substance capable of running the affairs of state and to defend the interest of Ghanaians.
The CPP Leadership are meeting the team who are also part of the Party’s Manifesto Committee to help finalise the CPP message to Ghanaians in the December elections.
Nii Armah Akomfrah
Director Of Communication